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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by Ganamustgo(m): 10:52am On Oct 03, 2018
nijabazaar:

Downloading it now...that guy is my best read after Achebe
Please send the downloading link to me ASAP.

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by healthyguy: 10:53am On Oct 03, 2018
Never outshine your master

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by akdjr(m): 10:57am On Oct 03, 2018
That will be the end of his political career.
majamajic:
the fight never finish, wait for the second half.

he will switch to PDP now, and Start his final battle.

am enjoying this. I love politics, though I never vote in my life before.
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by EINSTEINPG: 10:59am On Oct 03, 2018
Pekele007:
Who is this Zombie
I am very sure you didn't read the piece before commenting.

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by wellmax(m): 11:01am On Oct 03, 2018
Who still remembers Mbadinuju of Anambra State, Jolly Nyame of Taraba, Mohammed Lawal of Kwara, Segun Osoba of Ogun, Attahiru Bafarawa of Sokoto, Achike Udenwa of Imo, Victor Attah of Akwa Ibom, Orji Uzor Kalu of Abia? That one has lost two consecutive senatorial elections. But Tinubu has not only managed to remain extremely relevant, he has continued to control Lagos politics 100%. Not only that, he manages to carry his boys along and today they occupy critical positions in our national life. Take it or leave it, Tinubu is today, Nigeria's most powerful politician. It didn't just happen by chance. He worked very hard for it. Very very hard. The hallmark of a true leader is not just the ability to rule well but also the ability to nurture and groom his associates.
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by ipobarecriminals: 11:13am On Oct 03, 2018
sad we only PITY pipu in a PIT.Ambo is really in a PIT rite now.Is problem is not only Tinubu 75% of Lagosian are against him.If 75% peepz are against U,and 25,% support U,is dat a pass mark? it is too late,let him go and find sumthin else to do.To serve Lagos is NOT by FORCE .Baba Daura can give u minister job.D same man dragged Fashola.,disgrace a pastor(dis one doesn't consign me),my own is the potholes,,filthiness of Lagos now.Wish him well
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by ayobamiJR(m): 11:16am On Oct 03, 2018
Ambode is not a perfect human being. If he took jobs away from PSP cleaners, He gave them the chance of LNSC. Bleep this foolish Tinubu. Ambode did what He could. Power/No power, We all a product of sand
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by hilaryCU(m): 11:27am On Oct 03, 2018
gaby:
The nobody's here on NL who haven't for once gone as close as to sniff Tinubu's armpit asides their sick heads buried deep inside his Anus will borrow data and come here to be insulting their fathers who got a command from Tinubu before he got the liver to climb their mothers and birthed them as reprobates will be mouthing off here.

Got nothing against Tinubu I just hate to be attacked or called names because I refused to be a herded ram like you...

I've got a head and a mind of my own, I'd use it however I deem fit and if you can't respect my views because it doesn't align with yours, how about you move on and not resort to insults.

And these are the poorest in the society whose mothers are somewhere on the rail tracks of Lagos displaying their tomato and pepper wares while their fathers are struggling to push a cart around the streets of Lagos for survival.
Too harsh my brother
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by Nobody: 11:27am On Oct 03, 2018
Was he risen? did he rise at anytime?
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by gaby(m): 11:29am On Oct 03, 2018
hilaryCU:
Too harsh my brother

No vex...

Na dem dey make person vex when man dey make him comments jejeje
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by MrBigiman: 11:31am On Oct 03, 2018
3millionia:
With Ambode failure APC might loss to PDP, Just watch n see





Hire me for your social Media or blog

No one knew Ambode when he was chosen by Lagosians against a very popular Jimi Agbaje. Lagos is APC's turf, and the primaries should be enough proof to that.

Peace!

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by 13october: 11:31am On Oct 03, 2018
helinues:
Honestly I learnt a lot from Ambode's woo

I have never seen an incumbent governor being humiliated in such manner

He must have stepped on so many toes

This is lesson for all

My advise to him: He should stay away from politics entirely.. He is a big learner

After all, no be only him dey Lagos
13october
its you just realise what is politic, 2003 mallam kachalla was dealt with in borno by modu sherif, mbadinju by emeka offor, 2007 shinkaffi by yerima, its not new but due to peculiarity of lagos very thing turn to noise

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by Nobody: 11:33am On Oct 03, 2018
I enjoyed reaing this piece. @ijaola Thanks for bringing it here
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by mikaael(m): 11:40am On Oct 03, 2018
StRichard:
In 1999, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu was elected Governor of Lagos State. His then party, the Alliance for Democracy (AD) produced all the governors of the South West. By 2003, Tinubu was the onl y governor left in the AD. He was under pressure to decamp but he stayed. He built the party and it became stronger. For the eight years that he ruled Lagos, he hired several guys to work with him. I think he carefully picked them. Apart from using them to work in his government, he also groomed them for the future. Eight years down the line, see where those Tinubu guys are today - 1. Prof Yemi Osinbajo, SAN was Tinubu's Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice. He is today, Nigeria's Vice President. 2. Rauf Aregbesola was Tinubu's Commissioner for Works. Today he is serving his second tenure as Governor of Osun State. 3. Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN was Tinubu's Chief of Staff and successor in office. He is today Nigeria's Minister of Power, Works and Housing. 4. Alhaji Lai Mohammed was Tinubu's first Chief of Staff. He is today, Nigeria's Minister of Information 5. Babatunde Fowler was appointed by Tinubu as Chairman of the Lagos State Internal Revenue Service. Today, he is the Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service. At the National Assembly, there are countless "Tinubu boys" who have occupied and are still occupying seats till today. Since 1999, the Tinubu camp has produced almost 98% of the members of the National Assembly from Lagos State. Forget politics, this man is a political enigma. Rewind to 1999, I am sure most of us have forgotten the names of the People who were elected Governors then. Some of them have gone out of circulation. Some are gasping for breath politically. Indeed, most of them are no longer relevant today. Who still remembers Mbadinuju of Anambra State, Jolly Nyame of Taraba, Mohammed Lawal of Kwara, Segun Osoba of Ogun, Attahiru Bafarawa of Sokoto, Achike Udenwa of Imo, Victor Attah of Akwa Ibom, Orji Uzor Kalu of Abia? That one has lost two consecutive senatorial elections. But Tinubu has not only managed to remain extremely relevant, he has continued to control Lagos politics 100%. Not only that, he manages to carry his boys along and today they occupy critical positions in our national life. Take it or leave it, Tinubu is today, Nigeria's most powerful politician. It didn't just happen by chance. He worked very hard for it. Very very hard. The hallmark of a true leader is not just the ability to rule well but also the ability to nurture and groom his associates. MY TAKE: 'If you are lonely at the top, then something is wrong somewhere. The most successful business you can venture into is building people like you (Human resources). Start that MENTORSHIP today, because there is no success without successor. cool


I love this....

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by JamesTPhillips: 11:40am On Oct 03, 2018
cheesy
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by OldBeer: 11:44am On Oct 03, 2018
gaby:


No vex...

Na dem dey make person vex when man dey make him comments jejeje
grin grin grin
This is the way it usually starts.

In no distant time, you will also be returning the insults hot hot without apologies.

And it's understandable.
This section is very toxic and can fill one with hate if one is not careful.
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by winj3: 11:57am On Oct 03, 2018
This attempt to give the issue a moral face no work with me, Lagos is abgero and area boy politics - gutter mentality APC!
None of them gives a damn about the masses, Tinubu calls the shots always...he was stepped on and he reacted - nothing to do with environment, sanitation, tax and all that jargon.

Tinubu is a very sensitive guy so silly things like removing Hakeem Muri–Okunola from Lands bureau and attempting to claim back some Lagos properties stolen by Tinubu is enough to start fight!
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by stunning4real: 12:08pm On Oct 03, 2018
nijabazaar:
Can we rest with this Ambode Brouhaha?

They wanted Jagaban or whatever to lead them by the nose, He (it) delivered. Lets stop this epistles, it might wreck seriiooooous havoc on Ambo already fragile (cowardly) nerves & You know Lagos is surrounded by lagoons and estuaries...
you are wicked grin grin grin grin grin
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by FarahAideed: 12:13pm On Oct 03, 2018
Nonsense write up from an aging homosexual
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by maasoap(m): 12:32pm On Oct 03, 2018
Nice piece.
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by IbrahimDamola: 12:37pm On Oct 03, 2018
BAZETU12:

Some friends visited me in my office yesterday. One of them wondered why we Yorubas are different from them. He said why do we allow one man to lead us politically all the time, he said in his part of the county, that can never happen. That they are more sophisticated than the Yorubas.
I told him that the Yoruba progressives don't copy, they have their model. The difference between our model and yours can be seen in the political, infrastructural and economical progress we have both made if you can compare. Tinubu is not a Yoruba leader just like Awolowo was not, Tinubu is the leader of Yoruba Progressives just like Awolowo. Wailers never accepted Awolowo same way they don't accept Jagaban. But a typical husband child in Yoruba Land is naturally a Progressive. We believe that one Imam is enough for a Mosque and that there should not be two G.Os in one Church. We believe that one driver is enough in one car and that one head is enough for one body. We believe that although, there can many stars in the sky but one moon is still enough for it. We don't believe in sophisticated confusion. We love decorum.
Sun does not rise twice in one day, it is the commandment of God.
And we are not sorry to be progressives.
Good Morning to all Progress


By progress, do you mean our yoruba states like Osun, oyo and co performing below northern states like Borno, sokoto far beneath the Igbo states in educational statistics as published by WAEC?

Education and development go hand in hand all over the world. The most educated are usually the most developed. As far this country is concerned, that your friend whom I guess is Ibo and Igbo region are more developed than yoruba region, largely.


Promoting illiteracy and zombiesm can not be seen as 'progress'. Education opens the eyes, and make you ask questions and be independent, illiteracy makes you chained im ignorance, dependent, makes you shout 'tuale', 'baba sope', 'rankadede' and keeps you grounded in political slavery. Many tyrants and Godfathers hate an educated followership, maybe that's why they are destroying education in yorubaland. grin

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by spencekat(m): 12:45pm On Oct 03, 2018
majamajic:
the fight never finish, wait for the second half.

he will switch to PDP now, and Start his final battle.

am enjoying this. I love politics, though I never vote in my life before.
But some APC loyalists are saying that he will be impeached if he leaves APC.How I wish Ambo could defect to PDP.Well,just pitying him.
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by spencekat(m): 12:48pm On Oct 03, 2018
13october:

13october
its you just realise what is politic, 2003 mallam kachalla was dealt with in borno by modu sherif, mbadinju by emeka offor, 2007 shinkaffi by yerima, its not new but due to peculiarity of lagos very thing turn to noise
Ambo's case was the most embrassing of all the cases mentioned by you.
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by chijokz(m): 1:03pm On Oct 03, 2018
StRichard:
In 1999, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu was elected Governor of Lagos State. His then party, the Alliance for Democracy (AD) produced all the governors of the South West. By 2003, Tinubu was the onl y governor left in the AD. He was under pressure to decamp but he stayed. He built the party and it became stronger. For the eight years that he ruled Lagos, he hired several guys to work with him. I think he carefully picked them. Apart from using them to work in his government, he also groomed them for the future. Eight years down the line, see where those Tinubu guys are today - 1. Prof Yemi Osinbajo, SAN was Tinubu's Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice. He is today, Nigeria's Vice President. 2. Rauf Aregbesola was Tinubu's Commissioner for Works. Today he is serving his second tenure as Governor of Osun State. 3. Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN was Tinubu's Chief of Staff and successor in office. He is today Nigeria's Minister of Power, Works and Housing. 4. Alhaji Lai Mohammed was Tinubu's first Chief of Staff. He is today, Nigeria's Minister of Information 5. Babatunde Fowler was appointed by Tinubu as Chairman of the Lagos State Internal Revenue Service. Today, he is the Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service. At the National Assembly, there are countless "Tinubu boys" who have occupied and are still occupying seats till today. Since 1999, the Tinubu camp has produced almost 98% of the members of the National Assembly from Lagos State. Forget politics, this man is a political enigma. Rewind to 1999, I am sure most of us have forgotten the names of the People who were elected Governors then. Some of them have gone out of circulation. Some are gasping for breath politically. Indeed, most of them are no longer relevant today. Who still remembers Mbadinuju of Anambra State, Jolly Nyame of Taraba, Mohammed Lawal of Kwara, Segun Osoba of Ogun, Attahiru Bafarawa of Sokoto, Achike Udenwa of Imo, Victor Attah of Akwa Ibom, Orji Uzor Kalu of Abia? That one has lost two consecutive senatorial elections. But Tinubu has not only managed to remain extremely relevant, he has continued to control Lagos politics 100%. Not only that, he manages to carry his boys along and today they occupy critical positions in our national life. Take it or leave it, Tinubu is today, Nigeria's most powerful politician. It didn't just happen by chance. He worked very hard for it. Very very hard. The hallmark of a true leader is not just the ability to rule well but also the ability to nurture and groom his associates. MY TAKE: 'If you are lonely at the top, then something is wrong somewhere. The most successful business you can venture into is building people like you (Human resources). Start that MENTORSHIP today, because there is no success without successor. cool
Well said and on point.
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by djon78(m): 1:03pm On Oct 03, 2018
BAZETU12:

Some friends visited me in my office yesterday. One of them wondered why we Yorubas are different from them. He said why do we allow one man to lead us politically all the time, he said in his part of the county, that can never happen. That they are more sophisticated than the Yorubas.
I told him that the Yoruba progressives don't copy, they have their model. The difference between our model and yours can be seen in the political, infrastructural and economical progress we have both made if you can compare. Tinubu is not a Yoruba leader just like Awolowo was not, Tinubu is the leader of Yoruba Progressives just like Awolowo. Wailers never accepted Awolowo same way they don't accept Jagaban. But a typical husband child in Yoruba Land is naturally a Progressive. We believe that one Imam is enough for a Mosque and that there should not be two G.Os in one Church. We believe that one driver is enough in one car and that one head is enough for one body. We believe that although, there can many stars in the sky but one moon is still enough for it. We don't believe in sophisticated confusion. We love decorum.
Sun does not rise twice in one day, it is the commandment of God.
And we are not sorry to be progressives.
Good Morning to all Progress


Ideologically does it sound nice? This may work for you in present day Nigeria, but long term wise will it?
Looking at Nigeria, and with all that politicians are doing presently, do you think, this is the best that Nigeria can get?
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by omoelerin1: 1:19pm On Oct 03, 2018
StRichard:
In 1999, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu was elected Governor of Lagos State. His then party, the Alliance for Democracy (AD) produced all the governors of the South West. By 2003, Tinubu was the onl y governor left in the AD. He was under pressure to decamp but he stayed. He built the party and it became stronger. For the eight years that he ruled Lagos, he hired several guys to work with him. I think he carefully picked them. Apart from using them to work in his government, he also groomed them for the future. Eight years down the line, see where those Tinubu guys are today - 1. Prof Yemi Osinbajo, SAN was Tinubu's Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice. He is today, Nigeria's Vice President. 2. Rauf Aregbesola was Tinubu's Commissioner for Works. Today he is serving his second tenure as Governor of Osun State. 3. Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN was Tinubu's Chief of Staff and successor in office. He is today Nigeria's Minister of Power, Works and Housing. 4. Alhaji Lai Mohammed was Tinubu's first Chief of Staff. He is today, Nigeria's Minister of Information 5. Babatunde Fowler was appointed by Tinubu as Chairman of the Lagos State Internal Revenue Service. Today, he is the Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service. At the National Assembly, there are countless "Tinubu boys" who have occupied and are still occupying seats till today. Since 1999, the Tinubu camp has produced almost 98% of the members of the National Assembly from Lagos State. Forget politics, this man is a political enigma. Rewind to 1999, I am sure most of us have forgotten the names of the People who were elected Governors then. Some of them have gone out of circulation. Some are gasping for breath politically. Indeed, most of them are no longer relevant today. Who still remembers Mbadinuju of Anambra State, Jolly Nyame of Taraba, Mohammed Lawal of Kwara, Segun Osoba of Ogun, Attahiru Bafarawa of Sokoto, Achike Udenwa of Imo, Victor Attah of Akwa Ibom, Orji Uzor Kalu of Abia? That one has lost two consecutive senatorial elections. But Tinubu has not only managed to remain extremely relevant, he has continued to control Lagos politics 100%. Not only that, he manages to carry his boys along and today they occupy critical positions in our national life. Take it or leave it, Tinubu is today, Nigeria's most powerful politician. It didn't just happen by chance. He worked very hard for it. Very very hard. The hallmark of a true leader is not just the ability to rule well but also the ability to nurture and groom his associates. MY TAKE: 'If you are lonely at the top, then something is wrong somewhere. The most successful business you can venture into is building people like you (Human resources). Start that MENTORSHIP today, because there is no success without successor. cool
All this na wash I beg.
The reason it seems those ex governors you mentioned have gone to political oblivion is because they are not greedy, and believe this world is vanity. None of them are richer than their respective states govt now. Unlike tifnubu who is richer than Lagos.
When someone has served as a governor for 8 years, I think he should just retire to his house and start collecting his pension calmly. He should give others chance. We are not going to serve him till his death.
Can you retire from your working place and still keep deciding for those who are working there?

Tifnubu is a selfish and greedy politician who destroyed AD, and latter merged with about 3 other parties and a faction of the then ruling party, PDP. Without merging with Buhari, do you think he can smell aso rock? So what makes him the most powerful politicians? His influence is limited to south west. He should have tested his influence by vying for the presidency in 2015 or coming 2019, instead of fielding Buhari. After all, he is the most powerful politician presently. I see saraki as more powerful than tifnubu.

Tifnubu was a leading advocate of power devolution to states during obasanjo's tenure. He was a leading voice then, shouting 'give more power and money to states. Today, his party is in the centre with majority in the National Assembly. Why does he keep mum on the issue, especially when Nigerians are shouting restructuring?
His 37 additional LCDA that he created as a result of which many lagosians suffered a lot of hardship, why is it so difficult for his party to get them recognized by the constitution to enable them have a rights to federal allocations, despite that they are now in power? Why does he keep quiet now?

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by majamajic(m): 1:27pm On Oct 03, 2018
spencekat:
But some APC loyalists are saying that he will be impeached if he leaves APC.How I wish Ambo could defect to PDP.Well,just pitying him.


it's not possible, u can change. Saraki did same
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by Caseless: 1:45pm On Oct 03, 2018
StRichard:
In 1999, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu was elected Governor of Lagos State. His then party, the Alliance for Democracy (AD) produced all the governors of the South West. By 2003, Tinubu was the onl y governor left in the AD. He was under pressure to decamp but he stayed. He built the party and it became stronger. For the eight years that he ruled Lagos, he hired several guys to work with him. I think he carefully picked them. Apart from using them to work in his government, he also groomed them for the future. Eight years down the line, see where those Tinubu guys are today - 1. Prof Yemi Osinbajo, SAN was Tinubu's Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice. He is today, Nigeria's Vice President. 2. Rauf Aregbesola was Tinubu's Commissioner for Works. Today he is serving his second tenure as Governor of Osun State. 3. Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN was Tinubu's Chief of Staff and successor in office. He is today Nigeria's Minister of Power, Works and Housing. 4. Alhaji Lai Mohammed was Tinubu's first Chief of Staff. He is today, Nigeria's Minister of Information 5. Babatunde Fowler was appointed by Tinubu as Chairman of the Lagos State Internal Revenue Service. Today, he is the Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service. At the National Assembly, there are countless "Tinubu boys" who have occupied and are still occupying seats till today. Since 1999, the Tinubu camp has produced almost 98% of the members of the National Assembly from Lagos State. Forget politics, this man is a political enigma. Rewind to 1999, I am sure most of us have forgotten the names of the People who were elected Governors then. Some of them have gone out of circulation. Some are gasping for breath politically. Indeed, most of them are no longer relevant today. Who still remembers Mbadinuju of Anambra State, Jolly Nyame of Taraba, Mohammed Lawal of Kwara, Segun Osoba of Ogun, Attahiru Bafarawa of Sokoto, Achike Udenwa of Imo, Victor Attah of Akwa Ibom, Orji Uzor Kalu of Abia? That one has lost two consecutive senatorial elections. But Tinubu has not only managed to remain extremely relevant, he has continued to control Lagos politics 100%. Not only that, he manages to carry his boys along and today they occupy critical positions in our national life. Take it or leave it, Tinubu is today, Nigeria's most powerful politician. It didn't just happen by chance. He worked very hard for it. Very very hard. The hallmark of a true leader is not just the ability to rule well but also the ability to nurture and groom his associates. MY TAKE: 'If you are lonely at the top, then something is wrong somewhere. The most successful business you can venture into is building people like you (Human resources). Start that MENTORSHIP today, because there is no success without successor. cool
succinctly spot-on!
Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by Caseless: 1:47pm On Oct 03, 2018
Kayode Ogundamisi, thank you for this wonderful piece. I've always been asking to know the sins of ambode, but to no avail. You just helped me with that.

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Re: The Rise And Fall Of Akinwunmi Ambode. By Kayode Ogundamisi by Caseless: 1:48pm On Oct 03, 2018
dukie25:
Ogundamisi is the male equivalent of Laureta Onochie, vile and speaks from his butt hole.
I'm sure you didn't read the piece.

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